Computer privacy in distress

Wednesday, 17 January 2007, 11:02 AM EST

My computer is my most private possession. I have other things that are more dear, but no one item could tell you more about me than this machine.

Yet, a rash of recent court decisions says the Constitution may not be enough to protect my laptop from arbitrary, suspicionless and warrantless examination by the police.

At Wired.

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